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Norway invests in climate and agriculture in India

Norway’s government has allocated 31 million kroner (€4.2m) to a Norwegian-Indian research and development project in climate and agriculture.

The four-year project aims to help farmers in Southern India to quickly adapt to the changing climate, the Ministry of Agriculture and Food said on 20 August. The ‘ClimaAdapt’ programme will focus on field work and involve scientists, government officials, politicians and farmers.

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